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Meet The Conservationist Saving The Fast Disappearing Saiga Antelope In Uzbekistan
The unique Saiga antelope, the 'keeper of the steppes', is highly threatened, but conservationists like Elena Bykova of Uzbekistan are determined to save it in time.
The Story Of A Filipino Conservationist And The Very Rare Crocodile She Loves And Saves
This article explores the amazing story of how a Filipino conservationist is fighting all odds to protect the world's rarest crocodile and its wetland habitat for the future generations of her country.
Meet The Bulgarian Conservationist Fighting Against All Odds To Save A Magnificent Migratory Bird
In this article, World Atlas explores the remarkable story of the red-breasted goose conservation in Bulgaria by Dr. Nikolai Petkov and his team at BSPB.
In Conversation With The Snow Leopard’s Best Friend, Dr. Ghana S. Gurung From Nepal
From detesting snow leopards to becoming a fierce protector of the species, the article below explores the extraordinary journey of a Nepali wildlife conservationist and snow leopard conservation champion.
Zambia's 'Tripod Lions' Find A New Lease Of Life In The Kafue National Park
Successful conservation initiatives launched by a partnership between Zambia’s DNPW and Panthera together with the Zambia Carnivore Program in the Kafue National Park of Zambia has significantly abated the cruel snaring of lions and other wildlife despite the humongous challenges involved.
A Tree That Saves Us From Cancer Is Dying Out In Nepal
Only a few hundred mature Maire's yew trees survive in Nepal, demanding urgent action to save the species.
A Major Victory For Tiger Conservation As New Tigers Found In Western Thailand
New tigers have been recorded with the help of camera traps in a region of Western Thailand for the first time in four years.
The Story Of A Rare Orchid That Reappeared In India After 118 Years
The article tells the tale of a very rare species of orchid thought to be lost forever before its recent re-discovery in India on June 30, 2020.
COVID-19 Has Jeopardized Wildlife Conservation Activities Worldwide, Finds MBZ Fund Survey
According to a survey by the Abu Dhabi based MBZ Conservation Fund, the pandemic has severely disrupted species conservation fieldwork across the world. It has also seriously impacted the jobs and careers of many conservationists.
Decoding The Mysterious Mangrove Tigers Of The Sundarbans
In this article, we try to explore the lives and true nature of the extraordinary Sundarbans tigers with the help of science, wildlife experts, and the rare few who are familiar with them.
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